"We will destroy Gotham and then, when it is done and Gotham is ashes, then you have my permission to die"
The final part of ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’ is a fitting conclusion to Bruce Wayne’s story. In ‘Batman Begins’ Wayne uses the symbol of Batman to mask his own fears and protect others from theirs, in ‘The Dark Knight’ he is forced to sacrifice himself for the greater good in order to protect Gotham but in ‘The Dark Knight…
God, I hate this movie.
So I was hyped up for this movie.
And I enjoyed the conclusion to nolan's trilogy but I left the theater crying from laughing so hard at Bane's voice.
I loved the introduction of Robin and Anne Hathaway was in it also...
I don't know maybe I'm just biased towards a Halle Berry catwoman.
Plus I was so distracted by all of the inception parallels and actors, that it was hard to give this movie the attention it probably deserved.
I bought it on DVD anyways.
I'm not the viewer this movie deserves but I'm here right now.
this is the great movie ever. let me tell you why. bane is the best villian, he exploded a football stadium. thats a great scene. catwoman is sexy as fuck. the dark knight didnt have that. this movie is so good its probably my favorite super hero movie
good movie on its own but when you compare it to the other two it's garbage
Look, if this movie is a sequel to The Dark Knight, how could Nolan disappoint us SO MUCH? Ugh, I hate this film.
I've been a Batman fanatic ever since I was a little kid, and when Batman Begins came out in 2005, I was very excited. I saw it in the theaters, and loved it. Of course, I was extremely young then, and since, I've seen it many times and realized it's really not that good. Not terrible, but not very good either. Then, after the revolting shit-heap that was The Dark Knight came out in 2008, I lost all faith. 4…
Christopher Nolan has made a point, when writing the Batman films, to attempt to encapsulate the current mood in America. The Dark Knight embodies the post-9/11 conversation of privacy versus security, and contains a villain who certainly can be defined as a terrorist in an era in which terrorism is the focal point of foreign policy. The Dark Knight Rises also attempts to capture the current mood of the country, and draws parallels with the financial crisis, Wall Street, and…
Not perfect, but still an incredible experience. I love so many of the references to the earlier movies, and Bruce's journey. You can nitpick if you want, but this trilogy capper earns it's place amongst the great superhero tales.
Frankly, the Nolan Batman trilogy could easily just end on The Dark Knight. Can we agree on that? Are we all happy with that? I mean, Batman is leave fuck-all to do after the completion of his arc in Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight followed the Joker namely, Batman's ideological counterpart (self-actualized fascism v. self-actualized anarchism) - so where do we go from here?
Well, apparently the answer was "backwards" as The Dark Knight Rises opts to lift the…